Salem, OR (June 21, 2017) – Studio 3 Architecture’s Scott McDonald is now an Oregon architect after completing the necessary requirements for licensure through the Oregon State Board of Architect Examiners. Scott has served as Studio 3’s Architecture Intern for the last five years. He came to Studio 3 in 2012 after receiving his Master’s Degree in Architecture from UNLV and his bachelor’s degree from University of Washington.
In order to complete the process, Scott had to pass the Architect Registration Exam, the Jurisprudence Exam, and complete all requirements of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Architectural Experience Program.
Scott received his certificate on May 31 after passing the tests and completing the required 3,740 intern hours.
A key part of the accreditation process is that the applicant must have experience in all parts of the architectural process. “I gained experience by being involved in all facets of the business of architecture from early schematic design all the way through construction.”
At Studio 3, Scott has been involved at different stages with a few notable projects. Scott has been central to the design process and construction of Coastline Foot & Ankle Center, currently under construction at the intersection of Liberty and Mission Streets.